Articles Written by Paul Kimmel

Can You Hear Me Now?

Three aspects of .NET programming can make debugging and testing a ton of fun and help you come off as a real pro when you deliver bulletproof code.

Part II: Don't Commit Errorcide

Discover a more advanced mechanics to help you find a balance in the artistic dance that is useful structured exception handling.

Part I: Don't Commit Errorcide

No error handling code and your application is doomed to the scrap heap. Too much, misapplied, or a poor application of error handling code and your error handling code causes the bugs. Learn about avoiding Errorcide!

Managing SQL in Visual Studio .NET

You can generate perfect SQL even if you aren't a SQL programmer, and you never have to leave Visual Studio .NET for most of your day-to-day SQL tasks.

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